On the (Rest of the) Net.

I’m at Paste Wrestling writing about the dearth of women’s wrestling merchandise on WWEShop.com, and the stuff that is there is exclusionary to children on the spectrum and women who’ve experienced sexual assault.

I wrote about the censorship of porn when many young people use it as sex education. [Archer]

My latest for SBS Life is about how women’s friendships can dwindle later in life and why that’s okay.

I wrote about why we need diverse podcasts for Feminartsy.

I contributed to Writers Bloc‘s list of feminist books for International Women’s Day and covered the All About Women festival for them.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend‘s Rebecca Bunch is crazy. “So am I.” [Junkee]

Britney Spears deserves better than her Lifetime movie. [Buzzfeed]

“How Supergirl Became One of the Most LGBTQIA-Friendly Shows on TV.” [Elle]

The Good Fight needs Kalinda Sharma.” [The Ringer]

“No, I Don’t Want To Watch A Rape Survivor Reconcile With Her Rapist.” [Junkee]

Get Out the the horror movie of our time. [Buzzfeed]

And in it, “Allison Williams Knows How to Make ‘Good White People’ Scary”. [Vulture]

Rereading The Handmaid’s Tale in the Trump era. [The Cut]

How will women’s magazines cover Ivanka Trump? [Politico]

Kellyanne Conway is a Cool Girl. [WaPo]

What Donald Trump’s food says about him. [Eater]

How Big Little Lies challenges “Leaning In” and #WomenWhoWork. [Buzzfeed]

Daria Morgendorffer is the heroine we need now. [The Cut]

Intersectionality is not a brand, but it extends to brands. [Daily Life]

World Wrestling Entertainment asserted a year ago that it would start telling LGBTQIA stories. That still hasn’t happened. [Paste Wrestling]

ICYMI: I republished an old freelance article about how Gossip Girl and other flashy shows make me feel bad about myself.

And in case this wasn’t enough for you, there’s more feminist reads at the 105th Down Under Feminists Carnival. [Transcendancing]

On the (Rest of the) Net.

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Roxane Gay and Erica Jong discuss feminism, illustrating its generational, cultural and racial divides. [The Guardian]

Speaking of illustration, MariNaomi did just that for their talk! [Electric Literature]

Why aren’t we talking about Kesha’s rape case? [Bitch Magazine]

What it’s like to be harassed outside an abortion clinic. [Junkee]

Separating the man from the art: Tyler, the Creator edition. [Jezebel]

What Olivia Benson’s status as favourite female TV character tells us about viewers. [WaPo]

Miley Cyrus’ MTA VMAs hosting gig made her come off “as more of a cool mom than a youth culture avatar”. [The Verge]

“The 13 Best Pop Songs About Women Masturbating.” [Pitchfork]

Matt McGorry’s feminist journey. [Cosmopolitan]

We need to stop romanticising colonialism. [Daily Life]

Why is The Bachelorette so white? [The Guardian]

What women as consumers of true crime can tell us about being potential victims of it. [Hazlitt]

And can we forgive the men who victimise them after they’ve publicly apologised? [The Guardian]

Long hair and its ties to femininity. [Spook Magazine]

More links can be found in the latest installment of the Down Under Feminists Carnival. [Transcendancing]

Image via Electric Literature.